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ResponseCode

Topic Last Modified: 2009-07-16

The ResponseCode element provides status information about the request.


<ResponseCode/>

ResponseCodeType

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

None.

Parent Elements

Element Description

ResponseMessage

Provides descriptive information about the response status.

The following are the possible XPath expressions to this element:

  • /GetUserAvailabilityResponse/FreeBusyResponseArray/FreeBusyResponse/ResponseMessage
  • /GetUserAvailabilityResponse/SuggestionsResponse/ResponseMessage
  • /SetUserOofSettingsResponse/ResponseMessage
  • /GetUserOofSettingsResponse/ResponseMessage

DeleteItemResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single DeleteItem request.

SendItemResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single SendItem request.

DeleteFolderResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single DeleteFolder request.

DeleteAttachmentResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single DeleteAttachment request.

UnsubscribeResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single Unsubscribe request.

CreateFolderResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single CreateFolder request.

GetFolderResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single GetFolder request.

UpdateFolderResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single UpdateFolder request.

MoveFolderResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single MoveFolder request.

CopyFolderResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single CopyFolder request.

CreateManagedFolderResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single CreateManagedFolder request.

FindFolderResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single FindFolder request.

CreateItemResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single CreateItem request.

GetItemResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single GetItem request.

UpdateItemResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single UpdateItem request.

MoveItemResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single MoveItem request.

CopyItemResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single CopyItem request.

CreateAttachmentResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single CreateAttachment request.

GetAttachmentResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single GetAttachment request.

FindItemResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single FindItem request.

ResolveNamesResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a ResolveNames request.

ExpandDLResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single ExpandDL request.

SubscribeResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single Subscribe request.

GetEventsResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single GetEvents request.

SendNotificationResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a single SendNotification request.

SyncFolderHierarchyResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a SyncFolderHierarchy request.

SyncFolderItemsResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a SyncFolderItems request.

ConvertIdResponseMessage

Contains the status and result of a ConvertId request. This element was introduced in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (SP1).

AddDelegateResponse

Contains the status and result of an AddDelegate request. This element was introduced in Exchange 2007 SP1.

GetDelegateResponse

Contains the status and result of a GetDelegate request. This element was introduced in Exchange 2007 SP1.

RemoveDelegateResponse

Contains the status and result of a RemoveDelegate request. This element was introduced in Exchange 2007 SP1.

UpdateDelegateResponse

Contains the status and result of an UpdateDelegate request. This element was introduced in Exchange 2007 SP1.

A text value is required if this element is used. The following table describes the values that are returned with this element.

Code Description

NoError

No error occurred for the request.

ErrorAccessDenied

This error occurs when the calling account does not have the rights to perform the requested action.

ErrorAccountDisabled

This error occurs when the account in question has been disabled.

ErrorAddDelegatesFailed

This error occurs when a list with added delegates cannot be saved.

ErrorAddressSpaceNotFound

This error occurs when the address space record, or Domain Name System (DNS) domain name, for cross-forest availability could not be found in the Active Directory directory service.

ErrorADOperation

This error occurs when the operation failed because of communication problems with Active Directory.

ErrorADSessionFilter

This error is returned when a ResolveNames request specifies a name that is not valid.

ErrorADUnavailable

This error occurs when Active Directory is unavailable. Try your request again later.

ErrorAffectedTaskOccurrencesRequired

This error indicates that the AffectedTaskOccurrences attribute was not specified. When DeleteItem is used to delete at least one item that is a task, and regardless of whether that task is recurring or not, the AffectedTaskOccurrences attribute has to be specified so that DeleteItem can determine whether to delete the current occurrence or the entire series.

ErrorAttachmentSizeLimitExceeded

CreateAttachment returns this error if an attempt is made to create an attachment with size exceeding Int32.MaxValue, in bytes.

GetAttachment returns this error if an attempt to retrieve an existing attachment with size exceeding Int32.MaxValue, in bytes.

ErrorAutoDiscoverFailed

This error indicates that Exchange Web Services tried to determine the location of a cross-forest computer that is running Exchange 2007 that has the Client Access server role installed by using the Autodiscover service, but the call to the Autodiscover service failed.

ErrorAvailabilityConfigNotFound

This error indicates that the availability configuration information for the local forest is missing from Active Directory.

ErrorBatchProcessingStopped

This error indicates that an exception occurred while processing an item and that exception is likely to occur for the items that follow. Requests may include multiple items; for example, a GetItem request might include multiple identifiers. In general, items are processed one at a time. If an exception occurs while processing an item and that exception is likely to occur for the items that follow, items that follow will not be processed.

The following are examples of errors that will stop processing for items that follow:

  • ErrorAccessDenied
  • ErrorAccountDisabled
  • ErrorADUnavailable
  • ErrorADOperation
  • ErrorConnectionFailed
  • ErrorMailboxStoreUnavailable
  • ErrorMailboxMoveInProgress
  • ErrorPasswordChangeRequired
  • ErrorPasswordExpired
  • ErrorQuotaExceeded
  • ErrorInsufficientResources

ErrorCalendarCannotMoveOrCopyOccurrence

This error occurs when an attempt is made to move or copy an occurrence of a recurring calendar item.

ErrorCalendarCannotUpdateDeletedItem

This error occurs when an attempt is made to update a calendar item that is located in the Deleted Items folder and when meeting updates or cancellations are to be sent according to the value of the SendMeetingInvitationsOrCancellations attribute. The following are the possible values for this attribute:

  • SendToAllAndSaveCopy
  • SendToChangedAndSaveCopy
  • SendOnlyToAll
  • SendOnlyToChanged

However, such an update is allowed only when the value of this attribute is set to SendToNone.

ErrorCalendarCannotUseIdForOccurrenceId

This error occurs when the UpdateItem, GetItem, DeleteItem, MoveItem, CopyItem, or SendItem operation is called and the Id that was specified is not an occurrence Id of any recurring calendar item.

ErrorCalendarCannotUseIdForRecurringMasterId

This error occurs when the UpdateItem, GetItem, DeleteItem, MoveItem, CopyItem, or SendItem operation is called and the Id that was specified is not an Id of any recurring master item.

ErrorCalendarDurationIsTooLong

This error occurs during a CreateItem or UpdateItem operation when a calendar item duration is longer than the maximum allowed, which is currently 5 years.

ErrorCalendarEndDateIsEarlierThanStartDate

This error occurs when a calendar End time is set to the same time or after the Start time.

ErrorCalendarFolderIsInvalidForCalendarView

This error occurs when the specified folder for a find operation with CalendarView is not of calendar folder type.

ErrorCalendarInvalidAttributeValue

This response code is not used.

ErrorCalendarInvalidDayForTimeChangePattern

This error occurs during a CreateItem or UpdateItem operation when invalid values of Day, WeekendDay, and Weekday are used to define the time change pattern.

ErrorCalendarInvalidDayForWeeklyRecurrence

This error occurs during a CreateItem or UpdateItem operation when invalid values of Day, WeekDay, and WeekendDay are used to specify the weekly recurrence.

ErrorCalendarInvalidPropertyState

This error occurs when the state of a calendar item recurrence binary large object (BLOB) in the Exchange store is invalid.

ErrorCalendarInvalidPropertyValue

This response code is not used.

ErrorCalendarInvalidRecurrence

This error occurs when the specified recurrence cannot be created.

ErrorCalendarInvalidTimeZone

This error occurs when an invalid time zone is encountered.

ErrorCalendarIsDelegatedForAccept

This error indicates that AcceptItem is invalid for a calendar item or meeting request in a delegated scenario.

ErrorCalendarIsDelegatedForDecline

This error indicates that DeclineItem is invalid for a calendar item or meeting request in a delegated scenario.

ErrorCalendarIsDelegatedForRemove

This error indicates that RemoveItem is invalid for a meeting cancellation in a delegated scenario.

ErrorCalendarIsDelegatedForTentative

This error indicates that TentativelyAcceptItem is invalid for a calendar item or meeting request in a delegated scenario.

ErrorCalendarIsNotOrganizer

This error indicates that the operation (currently CancelItem) on the calendar item is not valid for an attendee. Only the meeting organizer can cancel the meeting.

ErrorCalendarIsOrganizerForAccept

This error indicates that AcceptItem is invalid for the organizer’s calendar item.

ErrorCalendarIsOrganizerForDecline

This error indicates that DeclineItem is invalid for the organizer’s calendar item.

ErrorCalendarIsOrganizerForRemove

This error indicates that RemoveItem is invalid for the organizer’s calendar item. To remove a meeting from the calendar, the organizer must use CancelItem.

ErrorCalendarIsOrganizerForTentative

This error indicates that TentativelyAcceptItem is invalid for the organizer’s calendar item.

ErrorCalendarMeetingRequestIsOutOfDate

This error indicates that a meeting request is out-of-date and cannot be updated.

ErrorCalendarOccurrenceIndexIsOutOfRecurrenceRange

This error indicates that the occurrence index does not point to an occurrence within the current recurrence. For example, if your recurrence pattern defines a set of three meeting occurrences and you try to access the fifth occurrence, this response code will result.

ErrorCalendarOccurrenceIsDeletedFromRecurrence

This error indicates that any operation on a deleted occurrence (addressed via recurring master ID and occurrence index) is invalid.

ErrorCalendarOutOfRange

This error is reported on Create/Update calendar item or task recurrence properties when the property value is out of range. For example, specifying the fifteenth week of the month will result in this response code.

ErrorCalendarViewRangeTooBig

This error occurs when Start to End range for CalendarView is more than the maximum allowed, currently 2 years.

ErrorCannotCreateCalendarItemInNonCalendarFolder

This error occurs when a CalendarItem is being created and the SavedItemFolderId attribute refers to a non-calendar folder.

ErrorCannotCreateContactInNonContactFolder

This error occurs when a Contact is being created and the SavedItemFolderId attribute refers to a non-contact folder.

ErrorCannotCreatePostItemInNonMailFolder

This error indicates that a post item cannot be created in a folder other than a Mail folder, such as Calendar, Contact, Tasks, Notes, and so on.

ErrorCannotCreateTaskInNonTaskFolder

This error occurs when a task is being created and the SavedItemFolderId attribute refers to a non-task folder.

ErrorCannotDeleteObject

This error occurs when the item or folder to delete cannot be deleted.

ErrorCannotDeleteTaskOccurrence

DeleteItem returns this error when it fails to delete the current occurrence of a recurring task. This can only happen if the AffectedTaskOccurrences attribute has been set to SpecifiedOccurrenceOnly.

ErrorCannotOpenFileAttachment

GetAttachment returns this error if it cannot retrieve the body of a file attachment.

ErrorCannotSetCalendarPermissionOnNonCalendarFolder

This error indicates that the caller tried to set calendar permissions on a non-calendar folder.

ErrorCannotSetNonCalendarPermissionOnCalendarFolder

This error indicates that the caller tried to set non-calendar permissions on a calendar folder.

ErrorCannotSetPermissionUnknownEntries

This error indicates that you cannot set unknown permissions in a permissions set.

ErrorCannotUseFolderIdForItemId

This error occurs when a request that requires an item identifier is given a folder identifier.

ErrorCannotUseItemIdForFolderId

This error occurs when a request that requires a folder identifier is given an item identifier.

ErrorChangeKeyRequired

This response code has been replaced by ErrorChangeKeyRequiredForWriteOperations.

ErrorChangeKeyRequiredForWriteOperations

This error is returned when the change key for an item is missing or stale. For SendItem, UpdateItem, and UpdateFolder operations, the caller must pass in a correct and current change key for the item. Note that this is the case with UpdateItem even when conflict resolution is set to always overwrite.

ErrorConnectionFailed

This error occurs when Exchange Web Services cannot connect to the mailbox.

ErrorContentConversionFailed

GetItem returns this error when Exchange Web Services is unable to retrieve the MIME content for the item requested. CreateItem returns this error when Exchange Web Services is unable to create the item from the supplied MIME content. Usually this is an indication that the item property is corrupted or truncated.

ErrorCorruptData

This error occurs when the data is corrupted and cannot be processed.

ErrorCreateItemAccessDenied

This error occurs when the caller does not have permission to create the item.

ErrorCreateManagedFolderPartialCompletion

This error occurs when one ore more of the managed folders that were specified in the CreateManagedFolder request failed to be created. Search for each folder to determine which folders were created and which folders do not exist.

ErrorCreateSubfolderAccessDenied

This error occurs when the calling account does not have the permissions required to create the subfolder.

ErrorCrossMailboxMoveCopy

This error occurs when an attempt is made to move an item or folder from one mailbox to another. If the source mailbox and destination mailbox are different, you will get this error.

ErrorDataSizeLimitExceeded

This error can occur in the following scenarios:

  1. An attempt is made to access or write a property on an item and the property value is too large.
  2. The base64 encoded MIME content length within the request XML exceeds the limit.
  3. The size of the body of an existing item body exceeds the limit.
  4. The consumer tries to set an HTML or text body whose length (or combined length in the case of append) exceeds the limit.

ErrorDataSourceOperation

This error occurs when the underlying data provider fails to complete the operation.

ErrorDelegateAlreadyExists

This error occurs in AddDelegate when the specified user already exists in the list of delegates.

ErrorDelegateCannotAddOwner

This error occurs in AddDelegate when the specified user to be added is the owner of the mailbox.

ErrorDelegateMissingConfiguration

This error occurs in GetDelegate when either there is no delegate information on the local FreeBusy message or no Active Directory public delegate (no “public delegate” or no "Send On Behalf" entry in Active Directory).

ErrorDelegateNoUser

This error occurs when a specified user cannot be mapped to a user in Active Directory.

ErrorDelegateValidationFailed

This error occurs in AddDelegate when an added delegate user is not valid.

ErrorDeleteDistinguishedFolder

This error occurs when an attempt is made to delete a distinguished folder.

ErrorDeleteItemsFailed

This response code is not used.

ErrorDistinguishedUserNotSupported

This error indicates that a distinguished user ID is not valid for the operation. DistinguishedUserType should not be present in the request.

ErrorDuplicateInputFolderNames

This error occurs when duplicate folder names are specified within the FolderNames element of the CreateManagedFolder request.

ErrorDuplicateUserIdsSpecified

This error indicates that a duplicate user ID has been found in a permission set, either Default or Anonymous are set more than once, or there are duplicate SIDs or recipients.

ErrorEmailAddressMismatch

This error occurs when a request attempts to create/update the search parameters of a search folder. For example, this can occur when a search folder is created in the mailbox but the search folder is directed to look in another mailbox.

ErrorEventNotFound

This error occurs when the event that is associated with a watermark is deleted before the event is returned. When this error is returned, the subscription is also deleted.

ErrorExpiredSubscription

This error occurs if the GetEvents Operation is called as a subscription is being deleted because it has expired.

ErrorFolderCorrupt

This error occurs when the folder is corrupted and cannot be saved.

ErrorFolderExists

This error occurs when an attempt is made to create a folder that has the same name as another folder in the same parent. Duplicate folder names are not allowed.

ErrorFolderNotFound

This error indicates that the folder ID that was specified does not correspond to a valid folder, or that the delegate does not have permission to access the folder.

ErrorFolderPropertRequestFailed

This error indicates that the requested property could not be retrieved. This does not indicate that the property does not exist, but that the property was corrupted in some way so that the retrieval failed.

ErrorFolderSave

This error indicates that the folder could not be created or updated because of an invalid state.

ErrorFolderSaveFailed

This error indicates that the folder could not be created or updated because of an invalid state.

ErrorFolderSavePropertyError

This error indicates that the folder could not be created or updated because of invalid property values. The response code lists which properties caused the problem.

ErrorFreeBusyGenerationFailed

This error is returned when free/busy information cannot be retrieved because of an intervening failure.

ErrorGetServerSecurityDescriptorFailed

This response code is not used.

ErrorImpersonateUserDenied

The error is returned in the server-to-server authorization case for Exchange Impersonation when the caller does not have the proper rights to impersonate the specific user in question. This error maps to the ms-Exch-EPI-May-Impersonate extended Active Directory right.

ErrorImpersonationDenied

This error is returned in the server-to-server authorization for Exchange Impersonation when the caller does not have the proper rights to impersonate through the Client Access server that they are making the request against. This maps to the ms-Exch-EPI-Impersonation extended Active Directory right.

ErrorImpersonationFailed

This error indicates that there was an unexpected error when an attempt was made to perform server-to-server authentication. This response code typically indicates either that the service account that is running the Exchange Web Services application pool is configured incorrectly, that Exchange Web Services cannot talk to the directory, or that a trust between forests is not correctly configured.

ErrorIncorrectSchemaVersion

This error indicates that the request was valid for the current Exchange Server version but was invalid for the request server version that was specified.

ErrorIncorrectUpdatePropertyCount

This error indicates that each change description in UpdateItem or UpdateFolder must list only one property to update.

ErrorIndividualMailboxLimitReached

This error occurs when the request contains too many attendees to resolve. By default, the maximum number of attendees to resolve is 100.

ErrorInsufficientResources

This error occurs when the mailbox server is overloaded. Try your request again later.

ErrorInternalServerError

This error indicates that Exchange Web Services encountered an error that it could not recover from, and a more specific response code that is associated with the error that occurred does not exist.

ErrorInternalServerTransientError

This error indicates that an internal server error occurred and that you should try your request again later.

ErrorInvalidAccessLevel

This error indicates that the level of access that the caller has on the free/busy data is invalid.

ErrorInvalidAttachmentId

This error is returned by GetAttachment or DeleteAttachment when an attachment that corresponds to the specified ID is not found.

ErrorInvalidAttachmentSubfilter

This error occurs when you try to bind to an existing search folder by using a complex attachment table restriction. Exchange Web Services only supports simple contains filters against the attachment table. If you try to bind to an existing search folder that has a more complex attachment table restriction (a subfilter), Exchange Web Services cannot render the XML for that filter and returns this response code. Note that you can still call GetFolder on the folder, but do not request the SearchParameters property.

ErrorInvalidAttachmentSubfilterTextFilter

This error occurs when you try to bind to an existing search folder by using a complex attachment table restriction. Exchange Web Services only supports simple contains filters against the attachment table. If you try to bind to an existing search folder that has a more complex attachment table restriction, Exchange Web Services cannot render the XML for that filter. In this case, the attachment subfilter contains a text filter, but it is not looking at the attachment display name. Note that you can still call GetFolder on the folder, but do not request the SearchParameters property.

ErrorInvalidAuthorizationContext

This error indicates that the authorization procedure for the requestor failed.

ErrorInvalidChangeKey

This error occurs when a consumer passes in a folder or item identifier with a change key that cannot be parsed. For example, this could be invalid base64 content or an empty string.

ErrorInvalidClientSecurityContext

This error indicates that there was an internal error when an attempt was made to resolve the identity of the caller.

ErrorInvalidCompleteDate

This error is returned when an attempt is made to set the CompleteDate of a task to a time in the future. When it is converted to the local time of the Client Access server, the CompleteDate of a task cannot be set to a value that is later than the local time on the Client Access server.

ErrorInvalidCrossForestCredentials

This error occurs when the credentials that are used to proxy a request to a different directory service forest fail authentication.

ErrorInvalidDelegatePermission

This error indicates that the specified folder permissions are invalid.

ErrorInvalidDelegateUserId

This error indicates that the specified delegate user ID is invalid.

ErrorInvalidExchangeImpersonationHeaderData

This error occurs during Exchange Impersonation when a caller does not specify a UPN, an e-mail address, or a user SID. This will also occur if the caller specifies one or more of those and the values are empty.

ErrorInvalidExcludesRestriction

This error occurs when the bitmask that was passed into an Excludes restriction is unable to be parsed.

ErrorInvalidExpressionTypeForSubFilter

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidExtendedProperty

This error occurs when the following events take place:

  • The caller tries to use an extended property that is not supported by Exchange Web Services.
  • The caller passes in an invalid combination of attribute values for an extended property. This also occurs if no attributes are passed. Only certain combinations are allowed.

ErrorInvalidExtendedPropertyValue

This error occurs when the value section of an extended property does not match the type of the property; for example, setting an extended property that has PropertyType="String" to an array of integers will result in this error. Any string representation that is not coercible into the type that is specified for the extended property will give this error.

ErrorInvalidFolderId

This error occurs when the folder ID is corrupt.

ErrorInvalidFolderTypeForOperation

This error indicates that the specified folder type is invalid for the current operation. For example, you cannot create a Search folder in a public folder.

ErrorInvalidFractionalPagingParameters

This error occurs in fractional paging when the user has specified one of the following:

  • A numerator that is greater than the denominator
  • A numerator that is less than zero
  • A denominator that is less than or equal to zero

ErrorInvalidFreeBusyViewType

This error occurs when the GetUserAvailability Operation is called with a FreeBusyViewType of None.

ErrorInvalidId

This error indicates that the Id and/or change key is malformed.

ErrorInvalidIdEmpty

This error occurs when the caller specifies an Id attribute that is empty.

ErrorInvalidIdMalformed

This error occurs when the caller specifies an Id attribute that is malformed.

ErrorInvalidIdMalformedEwsLegacyIdFormat

This error indicates that a folder or item ID that is using the Exchange 2007 format was specified for a request with a version of Exchange 2007 SP1 or later. You cannot use Exchange 2007 IDs in Exchange 2007 SP1 or later requests. You have to use ConvertId to convert them first.

ErrorInvalidIdMonikerTooLong

This error occurs when the caller specifies an Id attribute that is too long.

ErrorInvalidIdNotAnItemAttachmentId

This error is returned whenever an Id that is not an item attachment Id is passed to a Web service method that expects an attachment Id.

ErrorInvalidIdReturnedByResolveNames

This error occurs when a contact in your mailbox is corrupt.

ErrorInvalidIdStoreObjectIdTooLong

This error occurs when the caller specifies an Id attribute that is too long.

ErrorInvalidIdTooManyAttachmentLevels

This error is returned when the attachment hierarchy on an item exceeds the maximum of 255 levels deep.

ErrorInvalidIdXml

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidIndexedPagingParameters

This error occurs if the offset for indexed paging is negative.

ErrorInvalidInternetHeaderChildNodes

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationAcceptItem

This error occurs when an attempt is made to use an AcceptItem operation for an item type other than a meeting request or a calendar item, or when an attempt is made to accept a calendar item occurrence that is in the Deleted Items folder.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationCancelItem

This error occurs when an attempt is made to use a CancelItem operation on an item type other than a calendar item.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationCreateItemAttachment

This error is returned when an attempt is made to create an item attachment of an unsupported type.

Supported item types for item attachments include the following objects:

For example, if you try to create a MeetingMessage attachment, you will encounter this response code.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationCreateItem

This error is returned from CreateItem if the request contains an unsupported item type. Supported items include the following objects:

ItemType

MessageType

CalendarItemType

TaskType

ContactItemType

Certain types are created as a side effect of doing something else. MeetingMessages, for example, are created when you send a calendar item to attendees; they are not explicitly created.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationDeclineItem

This error occurs when an attempt is made to use a DeclineItem operation for an item type other than a meeting request or a calendar item, or when an attempt is made to decline a calendar item occurrence that is in the Deleted Items folder.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationExpandDL

This error indicates that the ExpandDL operation is valid only for private distribution lists.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationRemoveItem

This error is returned from RemoveItem if the request specifies an item that is not a meeting cancellation item.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationSendItem

This error is returned from SendItem if the request specifies an item that is not a message item.

ErrorInvalidItemForOperationTentative

This error occurs when an attempt is made to use a TentativelyAcceptItem operation for an item type other than a meeting request or a calendar item, or when an attempt is made to tentatively accept a calendar item occurrence that is in the Deleted Items folder.

ErrorInvalidManagedFolderProperty

This error occurs when the structure of the managed folder is corrupted and cannot be rendered.

ErrorInvalidManagedFolderQuota

This error occurs when the quota that is set on the managed folder is less than zero, which indicates a corrupted managed folder.

ErrorInvalidManagedFolderSize

This error occurs when the size that is set on the managed folder is less than zero, which indicates a corrupted managed folder.

ErrorInvalidMergedFreeBusyInterval

This error occurs when the supplied merged free/busy internal value is invalid. The default minimum value is 5 minutes. The default maximum value is 1440 minutes.

ErrorInvalidNameForNameResolution

This error occurs when the name is invalid for the ResolveName operation. For example, a zero length string, a single space, a comma, and a dash are all invalid names.

ErrorInvalidNetworkServiceContext

This error indicates an error in the Network Service account on the Client Access server.

ErrorInvalidOofParameter

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidOperation

This is a general error that is used when the requested operation is invalid. For example, you cannot do the following:

  • Perform a “Deep” traversal by using FindFolder on a public folder.
  • Move or copy the public folder root.
  • Delete an associated item by using any mode except “Hard” delete.
  • Move or copy an associated item.

ErrorInvalidPagingMaxRows

This error occurs when a consumer passes in a zero or a negative value for the maximum rows to be returned.

ErrorInvalidParentFolder

This error occurs when a consumer passes in an invalid parent folder for an operation. For example, this error is returned if you try to create a folder within a search folder.

ErrorInvalidPercentCompleteValue

This error is returned when an attempt is made to set a task completion percentage to an invalid value. The value must be between 0 and 100 (inclusive).

ErrorInvalidPermissionSettings

This error indicates that the permission level is inconsistent with the permission settings.

ErrorInvalidPropertyAppend

This error occurs when the property that you are trying to append to does not support appending. The following are the only properties that support appending:

  • Recipient collections (ToRecipients, CcRecipients, BccRecipients)
  • Attendee collections (RequiredAttendees, OptionalAttendees, Resources)
  • Body
  • ReplyTo

In addition, this error occurs when a message body is appended if the format specified in the request does not match the format of the item in the store.

ErrorInvalidPropertyDelete

This error occurs if the delete operation is specified in an UpdateItem or UpdateFolder call for a property that does not support the delete operation. For example, you cannot delete the ItemId property of the ItemType object.

ErrorInvalidPropertyForExists

This error occurs if the consumer passes in one of the flag properties in an Exists filter. For example, this error occurs is the IsRead or IsFromMe flags are specified in the Exists element. The request should use the IsEqualTo element instead for these as they are flags and therefore part of a single property.

ErrorInvalidPropertyForOperation

This error occurs when the property that you are trying to manipulate does not support the operation that is being performed on it.

ErrorInvalidPropertyRequest

This error occurs if a property that is specified in the request is not available for the item type. For example, this error is returned if a property that is only available on calendar items is requested in a GetItem call for a message or is updated in an UpdateItem call for a message.

This occurs in the following operations:

ErrorInvalidPropertySet

This error indicates that the property that you are trying to manipulate does not support the operation that is being performed on it. For example, this error is returned if the property that you are trying to set is read-only.

ErrorInvalidPropertyUpdateSentMessage

This error occurs during an UpdateItem operation when a client tries to update certain properties of a message that has already been sent. For example, the following properties cannot be updated on a sent message:

ErrorInvalidProxySecurityContext

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidPullSubscriptionId

This error occurs if you call GetEvents or Unsubscribe by using a push subscription ID. To unsubscribe from a push subscription, you must respond to a push request with an unsubscribe response, or disconnect your Web service and wait for the push notifications to time out.

ErrorInvalidPushSubscriptionUrl

This error is returned by the Subscribe Operation when it creates a “push” subscription and indicates that the URL that is included in the request is invalid. The following conditions must be met for Exchange Web Services to accept the URL:

  • String length > 0 and < 2083.
  • Protocol is http or https.
  • The URL can be parsed by the URI Microsoft .NET Framework class.

ErrorInvalidRecipients

This error indicates that the recipient collection on your message or the attendee collection on your calendar item is invalid. For example, this error will be returned when an attempt is made to send an item that has no recipients.

ErrorInvalidRecipientSubfilter

This error indicates that the search folder has a recipient table filter that Exchange Web Services cannot represent. To get around this error, retrieve the folder without requesting the search parameters.

ErrorInvalidRecipientSubfilterComparison

This error indicates that the search folder has a recipient table filter that Exchange Web Services cannot represent. To get around this error, retrieve the folder without requesting the search parameters.

ErrorInvalidRecipientSubfilterOrder

This error indicates that the search folder has a recipient table filter that Exchange Web Services cannot represent. To get around this error, retrieve the folder without requesting the search parameters.

ErrorInvalidRecipientSubfilterTextFilter

This error indicates that the search folder has a recipient table filter that Exchange Web Services cannot represent. To get around this error, retrieve the folder without requesting the search parameters.

ErrorInvalidReferenceItem

This error is returned from the CreateItem Operation for Forward and Reply response objects in the following scenarios:

  • The referenced item identifier is not a Message, a CalendarItem, or a descendant of a Message or CalendarItem.
  • The reference item identifier is for a CalendarItem and the organizer is trying to Reply or ReplyAll to himself.
  • The message is a draft and Reply or ReplyAll is selected.
  • The reference item, for SuppressReadReceipt, is not a Message or a descendant of a Message.

ErrorInvalidRequest

This error occurs when the SOAP request has a SOAP action header, but nothing in the SOAP body. Note that the SOAP Action header is not required as Exchange Web Services can determine the method to call from the local name of the root element in the SOAP body.

ErrorInvalidRestriction

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidRoutingType

This error occurs if the routing type that is passed for an EmailAddressType is invalid. Typically, the routing type is set to Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).

ErrorInvalidScheduledOofDuration

This error occurs if the specified duration end time is not greater than the start time, or if the end time does not occur in the future.

ErrorInvalidSecurityDescriptor

This error indicates that the Exchange security descriptor on the Calendar folder in the store is corrupted.

ErrorInvalidSendItemSaveSettings

This error occurs during an attempt to send an item where the SaveItemFolderId is specified in the request but the SaveItemToFolder property is set to false.

ErrorInvalidSerializedAccessToken

This error indicates that the token that was passed in the header is malformed, does not refer to a valid account in the directory, or is missing the primary group SID.

ErrorInvalidSid

This error occurs when an invalid SID is passed in a request.

ErrorInvalidServerVersion

This error indicates that an invalid request server version was specified in the request.

ErrorInvalidSmtpAddress

This error occurs when the SMTP address cannot be parsed.

ErrorInvalidSubfilterType

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidSubfilterTypeNotAttendeeType

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidSubfilterTypeNotRecipientType

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidSubscription

This error indicates that the subscription is no longer valid. This could be because the Client Access server is restarting or because the subscription is expired.

ErrorInvalidSubscriptionRequest

This error indicates that the subscribe request included multiple public folder IDs. A subscription can include multiple folders from the same mailbox or one public folder id.

ErrorInvalidSyncStateData

This error is returned by SyncFolderItems or SyncFolderHierarchy if the SyncState data that is passed is invalid. To fix this error, you must resynchronize without the sync state. Make sure that if you are persisting sync state BLOBs, you are not accidentally truncating the BLOB.

ErrorInvalidTimeInterval

This error indicates that the specified time interval is invalid. The start time must be greater than or equal to the end time.

ErrorInvalidUserInfo

This error indicates that an internally inconsistent UserId was specified for a permissions operation. For example, if a distinguished user ID is specified (Default or Anonymous), this error is returned if you also try to specify a SID, or primary SMTP address or display name for this user.

ErrorInvalidUserOofSettings

This error indicates that the user Out of Office (OOF) settings are invalid because of a missing internal or external reply.

ErrorInvalidUserPrincipalName

This error occurs during Exchange Impersonation. The caller passed in an invalid UPN in the SOAP header that was not accessible in the directory.

ErrorInvalidUserSid

This error occurs when an invalid SID is passed in a request.

ErrorInvalidUserSidMissingUPN

This response code is not used.

ErrorInvalidValueForProperty

This error indicates that the comparison value in the restriction is invalid for the property you are comparing against. For example, the comparison value of DateTimeCreated > true would return this response code. This response code is also returned if you specify an enumeration property in the comparison, but the value that you are comparing against is not a valid value for that enumeration.

ErrorInvalidWatermark

This error is caused by an invalid watermark.

ErrorIrresolvableConflict

This error indicates that conflict resolution was unable to resolve changes for the properties. The items in the store may have been changed and have to be updated. Retrieve the updated change key and try again.

ErrorItemCorrupt

This error indicates that the state of the object is corrupted and cannot be retrieved. When you are retrieving an item, only certain properties will be in this state, such as Body and MimeContent. Omit these properties and retry the operation.

ErrorItemNotFound

This error occurs when the item was not found or you do not have permission to access the item.

ErrorItemPropertyRequestFailed

This error occurs if a property request on an item fails. The property may exist, but it could not be retrieved.

ErrorItemSave

This error occurs when attempts to save the item or folder fail.

ErrorItemSavePropertyError

This error occurs when attempts to save the item or folder fail because of invalid property values. The response code includes the path of the invalid properties.

ErrorLegacyMailboxFreeBusyViewTypeNotMerged

This response code is not used.

ErrorLocalServerObjectNotFound

This response code is not used.

ErrorLogonAsNetworkServiceFailed

This error indicates that the availability service was unable to log on as the network service to proxy requests to the appropriate sites or forests. This response typically indicates a configuration error.

ErrorMailboxConfiguration

This error indicates that the mailbox information in Active Directory is configured incorrectly.

ErrorMailboxDataArrayEmpty

This error indicates that the MailboxDataArray property in the request is empty. You must supply at least one mailbox identifier.

ErrorMailboxDataArrayTooBig

This error occurs when more than 100 entries are supplied in a MailboxDataArray.

ErrorMailboxLogonFailed

This error occurs when the connection to the mailbox to get the calendar view information failed.

ErrorMailboxMoveInProgress

This error indicates that the mailbox is being moved to a different mailbox store or server. This error can also indicate that the mailbox is on another server or mailbox database.

ErrorMailboxStoreUnavailable

This error indicates that one of the following error conditions occurred:

  • The mailbox store is corrupt.
  • The mailbox store is being stopped.
  • The mailbox store is offline.
  • A network error occurred when an attempt was made to access the mailbox store.
  • The mailbox store is overloaded and cannot accept any more connections.
  • The mailbox store has been paused.

ErrorMailRecipientNotFound

This error occurs if the MailboxData information cannot be mapped to a valid mailbox account.

ErrorManagedFolderAlreadyExists

This error occurs if the managed folder that you are trying to create already exists in a mailbox.

ErrorManagedFolderNotFound

This error occurs when the folder name that was specified in the request does not map to a managed folder definition in Active Directory. You can only create instances of managed folders for folders that are defined in Active Directory. Check the name and try again.

ErrorManagedFoldersRootFailure

This error indicates that the managed folders root was deleted from the mailbox or that a folder exists in the same parent folder that has the name of the managed folder root. This will also occur if the attempt to create the root managed folder fails.

ErrorMeetingSuggestionGenerationFailed

This error indicates that the suggestions engine encountered a problem when it was trying to generate the suggestions.

ErrorMessageDispositionRequired

This error occurs if the MessageDisposition attribute is not set. This attribute is required for the following:

  • CreateItem and UpdateItem operations when the item being created or updated is a Message.
  • CancelCalendarItem, AcceptItem, DeclineItem, or TentativelyAcceptItem response objects.

ErrorMessageSizeExceeded

This error indicates that the message that you are trying to send exceeds the allowed limits.

ErrorMimeContentConversionFailed

This error occurs when the MIME content is not a valid iCal for a CreateItem Operation. For a GetItem Operation, this response indicates that the MIME content could not be generated.

ErrorMimeContentInvalid

This error occurs when the MIME content is invalid.

ErrorMimeContentInvalidBase64String

This error occurs when the MIME content in the request is not a valid base 64 string.

ErrorMissingArgument

This error indicates that a required argument was missing from the request. The response message text indicates which argument to check.

ErrorMissingEmailAddress

This error indicates that you specified a distinguished folder ID in the request, but the account that made the request does not have a mailbox on the system. In that case, you must supply a Mailbox sub-element under DistinguishedFolderId.

ErrorMissingEmailAddressForManagedFolder

This error indicates that you specified a distinguished folder ID in the request, but the account that made the request does not have a mailbox on the system. In that case, you must supply a Mailbox sub-element under DistinguishedFolderId. This response is returned from the CreateManagedFolder Operation.

ErrorMissingInformationEmailAddress

This error occurs if the EmailAddress element is missing.

ErrorMissingInformationReferenceItemId

This error occurs if the ReferenceItemId is missing.

ErrorMissingItemForCreateItemAttachment

This error is returned when an attempt is made to not include the item element in the ItemAttachment element of a CreateAttachment request.

ErrorMissingManagedFolderId

This error occurs when the policy IDs property, property tag 0x6732, for the folder is missing. You should consider this a corrupted folder.

ErrorMissingRecipients

This error indicates that you tried to send an item without including recipients. Note that if you call the CreateItem Operation with a message disposition that causes the message to be sent, you will get the following response code: ErrorInvalidRecipients.

ErrorMissingUserIdInformation

This error indicates that a UserId has not been fully specified in a permissions set.

ErrorMoreThanOneAccessModeSpecified

This error indicates that you have specified more than one ExchangeImpersonation or SerializedSecurityContext property value within a request.

ErrorMoveCopyFailed

This error indicates that the move or copy operation failed. Moving occurs in the CreateItem Operation when you accept a meeting request that is in the Deleted Items folder. In addition, if you decline a meeting request, cancel a calendar item, or remove a meeting from your calendar, it is moved to the Deleted Items folder.

ErrorMoveDistinguishedFolder

This error occurs if you try to move a distinguished folder.

ErrorNameResolutionMultipleResults

This error occurs if the ResolveNames Operation returns more than one result or the ambiguous name that you specified matches more than one object in the directory. The response code includes the matched names in the response data.

ErrorNameResolutionNoMailbox

This error indicates that the caller does not have a mailbox on the system. The ResolveNames Operation or ExpandDL Operation is invalid for connecting a user without a mailbox.

ErrorNameResolutionNoResults

This error indicates that the ResolveNames Operation returns no results.

ErrorNoCalendar

This error occurs if there is no Calendar folder for the mailbox.

ErrorNoDestinationCASDueToKerberosRequirements

This error indicates that the request referred to a mailbox in another Active Directory site, but no Client Access servers in the destination site were configured for Windows Authentication, and therefore the request could not be proxied.

ErrorNoDestinationCASDueToSSLRequirements

This error indicates that the request referred to a mailbox in another Active Directory site, but no Client Access servers in the destination site were configured for SSL connection,s and therefore the request could not be proxied.

ErrorNoDestinationCASDueToVersionMismatch

This error indicates that the request referred to a mailbox in another Active Directory site, but no Client Access servers in the destination site were of an acceptable product version to receive the request, and therefore the request could not be proxied.

ErrorNoFolderClassOverride

This error occurs if you set the FolderClass property when you are creating an item other than a generic folder. For typed folders such as CalendarFolderType and TasksFolderType, the folder class is implied. Setting the folder class to a different folder type by using the UpdateFolder Operation results in the ErrorObjectTypeChanged response. Instead, use a generic folder type but set the folder class to the value that you require. Exchange Web Services will create the correct strongly typed folder.

ErrorNoFreeBusyAccess

This error indicates that the caller does not have free/busy viewing rights on the Calendar folder in question.

ErrorNonExistentMailbox

This error occurs in the following scenarios:

  • The e-mail address is empty in CreateManagedFolder.
  • The e-mail address does not refer to a valid account in a request that takes an e-mail address in the body or in the SOAP header, such as in an Exchange Impersonation call.

ErrorNonPrimarySmtpAddress

This error occurs when a caller passes in a non-primary SMTP address. The response includes the correct SMTP address to use.

ErrorNoPropertyTagForCustomProperties

This error indicates that MAPI properties in the custom range, 0x8000 and greater, cannot be referenced by property tags. You must use the PropertySetId property or the DistinguishedPropertySetId property together with the PropertyName or PropertyId properties.

ErrorNoPublicFolderReplicaAvailable

This response code is not used.

ErrorNoRespondingCASInDestinationSite

This error indicates that the request referred to a mailbox in another Active Directory site, but none of the Client Access servers in that site responded, and therefore the request could not be proxied.

ErrorNotDelegate

This error indicates that the user is not a delegate for the mailbox. It is returned by GetDelegate, RemoveDelegate, and UpdateDelegate when the specified delegate user is not found in the list of delegates.

ErrorNotEnoughMemory

This error indicates that the operation could not be completed because of insufficient memory.

ErrorObjectTypeChanged

This error occurs if the object type changed.

ErrorOccurrenceCrossingBoundary

This error occurs when the Start or End time of an occurrence is updated so that the occurrence is scheduled to happen earlier or later than the corresponding previous or next occurrence.

ErrorOccurrenceTimeSpanTooBig

This error indicates that the time allotment for a given occurrence overlaps with another occurrence of the same recurring item. This response also occurs when the length in minutes of a given occurrence is larger than Int32.MaxValue.

ErrorOperationNotAllowedWithPublicFolderRoot

This error indicates that the current operation is not valid for the public folder root.

ErrorParentFolderIdRequired

This response code is not used.

ErrorParentFolderNotFound

This error occurs in the CreateFolder Operation when the parent folder is not found.

ErrorPasswordChangeRequired

This error indicates that you must change your password before you can access this mailbox. This occurs when a new account has been created and the administrator indicated that the user must change the password at first logon. You cannot update the password by using Exchange Web Services. You must use a tool such as Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access to change your password.

ErrorPasswordExpired

This error indicates that the password has expired. You cannot change the password by using Exchange Web Services. You must use a tool such as Outlook Web Access to change your password.

ErrorPropertyUpdate

This error indicates that the update failed because of invalid property values. The response message includes the invalid property paths.

ErrorPropertyValidationFailure

This response code is not used.

ErrorProxiedSubscriptionCallFailure

This error indicates that the request referred to a subscription that exists on another Client Access server, but an attempt to proxy the request to that Client Access server failed.

ErrorProxyCallFailed

This response code is not used.

ErrorProxyGroupSidLimitExceeded

This error indicates that the request referred to a mailbox in another Active Directory site, and the original caller is a member of more than 3000 groups.

ErrorProxyRequestNotAllowed

This error indicates that the request that Exchange Web Services sent to another Client Access server when trying to fulfill a GetUserAvailability request was invalid. This response code typically indicates that a configuration or rights error has occurred, or that someone tried unsuccessfully to mimic an availability proxy request.

ErrorProxyRequestProcessingFailed

This error indicates that Exchange Web Services tried to proxy an availability request to another Client Access server for fulfillment, but the request failed. This response can be caused by network connectivity issues or request timeout issues.

ErrorProxyTokenExpired

This response code is not used.

ErrorPublicFolderRequestProcessingFailed

This error occurs when the recipient that was passed to GetUserAvailability is located on a computer that is running a version of Exchange Server that is earlier than Exchange 2007, and the request to retrieve free/busy information for the recipient from the public folder server failed.

ErrorPublicFolderServerNotFound

This error occurs when the recipient that was passed to GetUserAvailability is located on a computer that is running a version of Exchange Server that is earlier than Exchange 2007, and the request to retrieve free/busy information for the recipient from the public folder server failed because the organizational unit did not have an associated public folder server.

ErrorQueryFilterTooLong

This error indicates that the search folder restriction may be valid, but it is not supported by EWS. Exchange Web Services limits restrictions to contain a maximum of 255 filter expressions. If you try to bind to an existing search folder that exceeds 255, this response code is returned.

ErrorQuotaExceeded

This error occurs when the mailbox quota is exceeded.

ErrorReadEventsFailed

This error is returned from GetEvents or push notifications when a failure occurs while retrieving event information. When this error is returned, the subscription is deleted. Re-create the event synchronization based on a last known watermark.

ErrorReadReceiptNotPending

This error is returned by CreateItem if an attempt was made to suppress a read receipt when the message sender did not request a read receipt on the message or if the message is in the Junk E-mail folder.

ErrorRecurrenceEndDateTooBig

This error occurs when the end date for the recurrence is after 9/1/4500.

ErrorRecurrenceHasNoOccurrence

This error occurs when the specified recurrence does not have any occurrence instances in the specified range.

ErrorRemoveDelegatesFailed

This error indicates that the delegate list failed to be saved after delegates were removed.

ErrorRequestAborted

This response code is not used.

ErrorRequestStreamTooBig

This error occurs when the request stream is larger than 400 KB.

ErrorRequiredPropertyMissing

This error is returned when a required property is missing in a CreateAttachment request. The missing property URI is included in the response.

ErrorResolveNamesInvalidFolderType

This error indicates that the caller has specified a folder that is not a Contacts folder to ResolveNames.

ErrorResolveNamesOnlyOneContactsFolderAllowed

This error indicates that the caller has specified more than one Contacts folder to ResolveNames.

ErrorResponseSchemaValidation

This error occurs when the response cannot be validated against the schema.

ErrorRestrictionTooLong

This error occurs if the restriction contains more than 255 nodes.

ErrorRestrictionTooComplex

This error occurs when the restriction cannot be evaluated by Exchange Web Services.

ErrorResultSetTooBig

This error indicates that the number of calendar entries for a given recipient exceeds the allowed limit of 1000. Reduce the window and try again.

ErrorSavedItemFolderNotFound

This error occurs when the SavedItemFolder is not found.

ErrorSchemaValidation

This error occurs when the request cannot be validated against the schema.

ErrorSearchFolderNotInitialized

This error indicates that the search folder was created, but the search criteria were never set on the folder. This only occurs when you access corrupted search folders that were created by using another API or client. To fix this error, use the UpdateFolder Operation to set the SearchParameters to include the restriction that should be on the folder.

ErrorSendAsDenied

This error occurs when both of the following conditions occur:

  • A user has been granted CanActAsOwner permissions but is not granted delegate rights on the principal’s mailbox.
  • The same user tries to create and send an e-mail message in the principal’s mailbox by using the SendAndSaveCopy option.

The result is an ErrorSendAsDenied error and the creation of the e-mail message in the principal’s Drafts folder.

ErrorSendMeetingCancellationsRequired

This error is returned by the DeleteItem operation if the SendMeetingCancellations attribute is missing from the request and the item to delete is a calendar item.

ErrorSendMeetingInvitationsOrCancellationsRequired

This error is returned by the UpdateItem if the SendMeetingInvitationsOrCancellations attribute is missing from the request and the item to update is a calendar item.

ErrorSendMeetingInvitationsRequired

This error is returned by the CreateItem if the SendMeetingInvitations attribute is missing from the request and the item to create is a calendar item.

ErrorSentMeetingRequestUpdate

This error indicates that after the organizer sends a meeting request, the request cannot be updated. To modify the meeting, modify the calendar item, not the meeting request.

ErrorSentTaskRequestUpdate

This error indicates that after the task initiator sends a task request, that request cannot be updated.

ErrorServerBusy

This error occurs when the server is busy.

ErrorServiceDiscoveryFailed

This error indicates that Exchange Web Services tried to proxy a user availability request to the appropriate forest for the recipient, but it could not determine where to send the request because of a service discovery failure.

ErrorStaleObject

This error occurs in UpdateItem or SendItem operations when the change key is not up-to-date or was not supplied. Call GetItem to retrieve an updated change key and then try the operation again.

ErrorSubscriptionAccessDenied

This error occurs when you try to access a subscription by using an account that did not create that subscription. Each subscription can only be accessed by the creator of the subscription.

ErrorSubscriptionDelegateAccessNotSupported

This error indicates that you cannot create a subscription if you are not the owner or do not have owner access to the mailbox.

ErrorSubscriptionNotFound

This error occurs if the subscription that corresponds to the specified SubscriptionId is not found. The subscription may have expired, the Exchange Web Services process may have been restarted, or an invalid subscription was passed in. If the subscription was valid, re-create the subscription with the latest watermark. This is returned by Unsubscribe or GetEvents responses.

ErrorSyncFolderNotFound

This error is returned by the SyncFolderItems Operation if the parent folder that is specified cannot be found.

ErrorTimeIntervalTooBig

This error indicates that the time window that was specified is larger than the allowed limit. By default, the allowed limit is 42.

ErrorTimeoutExpired

This error occurs when there is not enough time to complete the processing of the request.

ErrorTimeZone

This error occurs when an invalid time zone is encountered.

ErrorToFolderNotFound

This error indicates that the destination folder does not exist.

ErrorTokenSerializationDenied

This error occurs if the caller tries to do a Token serialization request but does not have the ms-Exch-EPI-TokenSerialization right on the Client Access server.

ErrorUnableToGetUserOofSettings

This response code is not used.

ErrorUnsupportedCulture

This error occurs when you try to set the Culture property to a value that is not parsable by the System.Globalization.CultureInfo class.

ErrorUnsupportedMapiPropertyType

This error occurs when a caller tries to use extended properties of types object, object array, error, or null.

ErrorUnsupportedMimeConversion

This error occurs when you are trying to retrieve or set MIME content for an item other than a PostItemType, MessageType, or CalendarItemType object.

ErrorUnsupportedPathForQuery

This error occurs when the caller passes a property that is invalid for a query. This can occur when calculated properties are used.

ErrorUnsupportedPathForSortGroup

This error occurs when the caller passes a property that is invalid for a sort or group by property. This can occur when calculated properties are used.

ErrorUnsupportedPropertyDefinition

This response code is not used.

ErrorUnsupportedQueryFilter

This error indicates that the search folder restriction may be valid, but it is not supported by EWS.

ErrorUnsupportedRecurrence

This error indicates that the specified recurrence is not supported for tasks.

ErrorUnsupportedSubFilter

This response code is not used.

ErrorUnsupportedTypeForConversion

This error indicates that Exchange Web Services found a property type in the store but it cannot generate XML for the property type.

ErrorUpdateDelegatesFailed

This error indicates that the delegate list failed to be saved after delegates were updated.

ErrorUpdatePropertyMismatch

This error occurs when the single property path that is listed in a change description does not match the single property that is being set within the actual ItemType or FolderType object.

ErrorVirusDetected

This error indicates that the Exchange store detected a virus in the message.

ErrorVirusMessageDeleted

This error indicates that the Exchange store detected a virus in the message and deleted it.

ErrorVoiceMailNotImplemented

This response code is not used.

ErrorWebRequestInInvalidState

This response code is not used.

ErrorWin32InteropError

This error indicates that there was an internal failure during communication with unmanaged code.

ErrorWorkingHoursSaveFailed

This response code is not used.

ErrorWorkingHoursXmlMalformed

This response code is not used.

This element is not required and is not included in all responses. The schema that describes this element is located in the EWS virtual directory of the computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 that has the Client Access server role installed.

Namespace

http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/messages

Schema Name

Messages schema

Validation File

Messages.xsd

Can be Empty

False

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